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#MultInclude

January 2018 – January 2020

Inclusion for preventing early school leaving and ensuring completion of the highest possible level of Education.

Overall the project intends to help educational organizations, in particular schools, to deploy strategies both in the classroom as well as within diverse communities in society, to create inclusive environments for youth in schools in order to develop their sense of belonging in school, their communities and society. Improving social and educational engagement in the classroom will enhance the level of aspiration to improve access to, participation in and completion of education up to any type of Tertiary Education, of learners from diverse and often disadvantaged groups.

The project objectives are planned to be achieved by:
• Creating a database of programmes & initiatives which enhance access to, participation in and completion of education from across Europe
• Screening the database for evidence of a causal link between the initiatives and improvements in equity for their target groups.
• Setting up a learning community for ongoing cases to allow them to transfer knowledge and share practices amongst themselves, and to offer a MOOC to this community

Assumed deliverables
a database of inspiring practices
– an analytical tool to assess inspiring practices for implementation in other contexts
– a set of 8 analysed and recommended practices for piloting
– a learning community
– a MOOC

Partners
University of Applied Sciences, The Hague, the Netherlands (THUAS)
Stichting ECHO, Nijmegen, the Netherlands
Knowledge Innovation Centre, Malta (KIC)
Associazione Dschola, Torino, Italy
Kinderbüro Universität Wien, Austria
Malmö University, Sweden

ESHA’s roles
– providing examples of inspiring practice
– participate in the analysis of practices
– recruit members for the learning community
– find schools to pilot recommended practices
– recruit participants for the MOOC
– disseminate information
– provide the framework for quality management of the project

If you have any further questions or need more information, please contact ESHA info@esha.org

This project currently doesn’t have a website yet, this will be provided once it is set up.

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